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A municipal thermal power plant wishes to prevent progressive wear in their trough chain conveyor. These units are used to collect and transport away ash and slag from the combustion of e.g. coal under the boiler.

Excavators, loaders and dump trucks are very important machines when working in mines and quarries. Due to their intensive use, they are exposed to high loads, which is why they need to be protected with particularly resistant materials. We found this out in collaboration with a key customer. To effectively protect our customer's machines against abrasion and thus extend their service life, we recommend the use of our wear-resistant materials KALMETALL, KALCAST and KALEN. They have proven to be the ideal solution.

A leading cement plant operates a bucket elevator as a conveyor to lift raw meal to the raw meal grinding mill.

In 2020, the COVID 19 disease has a huge impact on all industrial plants, and Vietnam is not outside that affected area. Thermal power plants must run at full capacity to serve increasing demand while reducing maintenance downtime. It is also a challenge for companies that supply the maintenance service of power plants, including EPS (EVNGENCO3 Power Service Company). Kalenborn Vietnam received an order for lining hard compound KALCRET CTX for 36 pcs of pulverized coal pipes within 20 days. We have finished all the above work within 12 days with the finishing quality is highly appreciated by the customer.

Transporting fly ash in the pipeline is always make the operators "headache".

Laboratory tests on the microstructure of the magnetite crystals of ABRESIST. They significantly determine the enormous strength and hardness of the material.

Slide promoting and sustainable wear protection

The sales team at Kalenborn do Brasil was able to win a major order for around 1.2 million euros for a well-known mine operator in Brazil.

At the largest iron ore mine project in the world, Kalenborn solutions help operators eliminate sliding wear problems on a classifier housing chute. The $14 billion mine in northern Brazil produces more than 90 million tonnes per year of high-grade ore, and includes mine, plant, railway and port logistics.

In its XTribology project, the research centre of AC2T research is laying the foundation for tremendous increases in efficiency with pioneering trends in wear protection. The underlying goal is to prevent equipment component failures in primary industries as well as in raw material excavation and energy production.

In one of the world’s largest sugar refineries the ABRESIST lining of the sugar beet collecting bunker is working since more than 30 years. The bunker has a diameter of about 10 m.